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Page Six, Monitor. Monroe. WA.. December 16, 1976 monilor You Are Inv To Attend Our Open House Friday, December 17 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Valley General Hospital Guild will serve refreshments Rod & Gun Club Elects Officers Officers for 1977 were elected at the last meeting of the Monroe Rod and Gun Club, held Dec. 4 in the Monroe PUD auditorium. Elected were: Gerald John .......... son, president; Dale Skyta, vice-president; Bill Bump, secretary; and Livio Ottini. treasurer. Bill Bump of Monroe won trophy honors for a fourpoint buck which dressed out at over 200 pounds. The antlers measured 24-inches from tip to tip. He bagged his trophy in the Indian Peak area of Glacier Peak Wilderness Area in Eastern Washington. NATIONAL BANK MEMBER F DIC 794-7148 201 W. Main Services Held for Mary S. Jensen I Services were held Friday.' in Snohomish for Mary Jensen, wno died Dec. 6 in Everett. She was born March 20. 1886 in Memomin, Mich. She leaves three daughters. Mrs. Elias (Rosa) Stormo of Monroe. Mrs. Bert (Lucillc) Jones of Marysville and Mrs. tElmer (Marie) Anderson of Whidbey Island; one son. Charles Jensen of Granite Falls; five grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. It's said that opportunity usually knocks, but some people wait for it to break the door down and come in. 0 0 0 0 0 0 O000000OO0000000000000000 :DECEMBER O 0 00000000000 000000000000000000 Buffet- 5 p.m. -- 9 p.m. 116 E. Main St. MONROE AUTO PARTS Parts for automobiles, small engines, welding equip- ment, air and hydraulic hoses made to order. 207 N. Lewis Monroe Lobo Canopies Stock or Made to Order Sales 794-5300 next to Pan-Alaska Sharpe Giass Co. Owen Sharpe Startup 793-9654 glass repair window modernizing MONROE ELECTRIC le Wright at ...... Monroe Hardware Electrical Contracting Serving Monroe since 1945 794-8733 568-1568 The Green House 568-4O44 Comp.lete service florist with you m mind. Gift items books. Halmark line. Weddings & Funerals 920 - 2nd Snol~omisE Sales Machine NEW VIKING World's Only Non-Oiling Machine HOMELITE 2709 Wetmore, Everett Sultan's Pumper SEPTIC TANK SERVICE Serving Snohomish & Skykomish 793-8871 Rugged. Fully patentea. Ori|inator of let Pumps Get the factd Come in or phone: Monroe Hardware & SPORTING GOODS Monroe Shopping Center INgrALLEIN- (For Auto and Home) MONROE HARDWARE CRAIG RECORDERS FAtal" FRI ERVlCE::ONiii: MAI( F iI: CURNUrr's APPLIANCE a - J4141 - CARPET Amana KitchenAid G.E. Maytag We Service Applian.ces COAST TO COAST 101 E. Main St., Monroe 794-7564 Garden Store West of Monroe Shopping Center or G&L BODY SHOP GLASS WORK AUTO BODY, PAINT llVa S. Lewis 794-8158 Jim Scharf Gets Sergeant Stripes Jim Scharf, formerly of Eastern Washington. Monroe, was recently pro- moted to the rank of sergeant in the Snohomish County Sheriff's Department. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving B. Scharf of W. Columbia St., Monroe. The 29-year-old officer and his wife, Nona, make their home in Marysville. They have two children. Scharf is a graduate of Monroe High School. Happy persons are produ- cers; the bored ones are con- suming much and producing nothing. APPLIANCE REPAIR 101 E. Hill "We Sell and Service" See Bob for your new 794-5208 appliance Modern Imagery by Trude Wickizer 794-8055 CB & MARINE 568-7225 SBE COBRA MIDLAND COURIER COMPLETE 1200 - 2nd SALES SNOHOMISH & SERVICE O.K. Electric Wiring, Heating Air Conditioning 504 Monroe St., Monroe 794-6133 of Mercer Island Travel Full Service -- No Charge Call or Bulldozing 794-8329 SULTAN Hwy 2 Sultan chain saws WHAT A SHOT--Bill Bump, holder of the Monroe Rod and Gun Club's trophy antlers for the 1976 hunting season, explains how he bagged his prize in the Glacier Peak Wilderness Area in Monroe boys basketball suffered a couple of heartbreakers in weekend play against Nooksack and Tahoma. Against visiting Tahoma Friday night, the Bearcats were stung by a desperation basket as the final buzzer sounded, losing 46-44. Rick Redfield evened the score at 44 with five seconds left to play when Tahoma's Junior Givens grabbed an inbounds pass and scored. Givens tallied 16 points, high scorer for the game. Monroe's Todd Williams and Redfield split with 12 each to lead Bearcat scoring. Monroe Coach Dennis Coates called the game a "great effort". "I'm pleased with where we are right now. We've just got to keep being aggressive," he assessed. In that area, he couldn't fault Williams, who snagged 21 rebounds. Other scorers were Smiley Creswell, with 10; Rod Drivstuen, who added 5 points; Mark Calvert, with 3; and Mark Anderson, who rounded out the game with 2. In an overtime tilt with Nooksack Saturday night, poor free throw percentages proved the Bearcats doom, as the 'Sackers put the clamps on Monroe, 43-41. A Monroe scoring surge during the second half knotted the score at 41 at the end of regulation play. But in the over- time, the 'Cats were unable to produce and Nooksack hit for the 2-point go-ahead. " "We need to work on patience and the mental mistakes we mitde," said Coates after the loss. "We made too many mental mistakes and had poor free throw shooting." The Bearcats were 7 for 22 in the FT department. Scavenging for some bright spots in the close contests, the coach expressed pleasure with his team's "hustle, desire and aggressiveness" so far this season. Against Nooksack, 6-5 senior forward Todd Williams netted 15 points to gain leading scorer honors. Junior Smiley Creswell led rebounding efforts with 13 boards and added 14 points. Rick Redfield and Rod Drivstuen added 6 points apiece. The Monroe hoopsters travel to Sedro Woolley Friday night for an 8 p.m. tilt. Announcing... the opening of [formerly the Monroe-Shopping Center Barber Shop] [owned & operated by Virginia & Woody Cate] Hair Regular Styling Hair Cutting -- Friday, 9- 6 Saturday, 9- 5 New Owner Dick DeHarl 794-6655 Monroe Seventh-Day Adventist Church Pastor Gary Christianson Sabbath School, 9:15 a.m. Church, 11 a.m. Wed. PrayerMeeting, 7:30 p.m. ' Service Center, 10-3 Tue., First Congregational Church Larry S. Baker, Interim Pastor Lewis & MacDougal Streets Morning Worship and Church School, 10:30 a.m. 1-329-8647 Bethel Churcg Rev. H.M. Gering, 794-7708 1405 Main Street Sunday/Church School, 9:45 Morn. Worship 11 a.m. Eve. 6 p.m. Wed., Family Night, 7 p.m. Monroe FirSt Baptist Churck Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. Monroe Community Chapel Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Midweek Service 794-4440, Church 794-4302, Residence Monroe United Methodist Church R ev. Ken Countryman Family Worship 10 a.m. Followed by Church School 338 S. Lewis 794-8863 EMMA US BIBLE CHURCH Madison & Short. Columbia Remembrance Table 9:45 a. m. Bible Hour- 11 a.m. Prayer Meeting, Wed., 7:30p.m. Phone 794-5608 Riley Rinks ,, Faith Center Assembly of GOd Rev. AI Stivala, 334-5959 Church, 794-8598 Corner Lewis & MacDougal Sun., 9:45 a.m., 6:30 p.m. Wed. Family night 7 p.m. The Monroe Girls Basketball teams swept a pair of non-conference affairs last week against Tolt and Sultan. Jumping to a 14-1 halftime lead, the Monroe ladies poured on the coals in the second half to bounce Tolt, 36-16, Thursday night. Nancy Wenzel and Gail Whitney combined for nearly two-thirds of the Monroe point production, with 13 and 10, respectively. Kim Creswell hauled in 20 rebounds as the Bearcat girls terrorized the southern team. Tolt's high point producer managed only 5 points. Adding to the debacle were Jacki Neisinger, with 4 poiints; Kris McDaniels, wno netted 3; and Sue Bickler, Creswell and Adrienne Lowber, with 2 apiece. But the Tolt performance was just a repeat game earlier against Sultan, which saw the Monroe lasses stoi'm to a 52-18 finale. Monroe broke the game open in the second half, scoring 28 points while holding the Turk ladies to 7 points. Nine of the 11 squad members broke into the scoring column. Again, Wenzel led Monroe scoring with 12 points while Whitney, Ev Carney and Wenzel shared rebounding chores with 4 eacy. Other scoring: Jacki Neisinger hit for 9; Sue Smith and McDaniels netted 6; Carney added 5; Lorena Blomgren, Bickler and Whitney contributed 4 each; and Lowber got 2 points. The girls team's next target is a home game against Mt. Si at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 21. COMIN" DOWN--Monroe girls basketball point leader, Nancy Wenzel, #34, sends an opening tip-off in the direction of teammates Kris McDaniels, #22, and Gail Whitney, #20, during the NWAA jamboree against Stanwood. As of last weekend, the girls had put together impressive wins over Tolt and Sultan as their season got under way. Also shown is sophomore Ev Carney, #30. Men's Basketball action got under way last Wednesday night, with 10 of 11 teams scrimmaging for the first time in the long season. Behind the balanced scoring attack of Bob and Gary Broughton and Bob VanWyke, Broughton Jewelers doubled up Curnutt TV, 66-33. The Broughton trio managed 16 points each in the win. Their efforts were exactly double those of Curnutt's Ed Varhaug and Ted Wien, who collected 8 tallies apiece. Kevin Michand of Diamond M led the early league scoring with 27 points in a losing effort. Romac Foundry outpaced the farm team, 55-42. High point man for Romac was Mike Jordan, with 18. Bob Harris aided the production by snapping 14. Diamond M's Don Howell collected 8. Roesler Timber drained the Lakers, 68-62 behind 16 point surges by Jerry lngalls and Frank Corrcia. Mike Dickinson got 18 and Gary Kamps, 16 points for the loss. Joe's Tavern swamped New Wave Construction, 71-54. Tom Gibson was top scorer with 18 points, while teammate Shims packaged 16 for Joe. Rick Petrick led the New Wave with 14 and Bill Kypreos hit double figures with a 12 point effort. Steve Moody led the Holiday Inn attack to slip past Coon's Minute Market, 45-39. Moody netted 12 points. Paul Lowber and Greg Boffey landed 8 points each. Blaine Ellis collected 11 for Coon's and James Armstrong got 8. Skykomish drew a bye in the first week's play. The men's recreation teams play every Wednesday evening in the Monroe High School gym. Play begins at 6:30, 7:45 and 9 p.m. Childbirth Prep Classes to Begin Preparation - for - childbirth classes will begin Dec. 28 at Valley General Hospital in Monroe. The eight-week course will be held each Tuesday evening from 7:30 to 9:30 through Feb. 15, 1977. Designed to help the expec- tant couple develop a clear understanding of childbirth, each class is divided into discussion and exercise time. Discussion topics include nu- trition, fetal growth and de- velopment, labor and deli- very (including common variations), medications, postpartum, breastfeeding, and baby care. Couples with due dates to the end of February may register by calling Valley General Hospital at 794- 7497. Class fee is $20. The less time spent excus- ing failure, the more time left for learning correct per- formance. 4